Major logistics hub selects WPL wastewater technology
WPL’s modular HiPAF range meets stringent European environmental discharge consent standards, without the use of chemicals. The technology is regularly specified by UK water utilities and is an effective choice for sensitive locations such as swales, which are shallow and not heavily diluted.
Research shows phosphate removal requires holistic approach
Water recycling specialist WPL will present the findings of a significant piece of research into phosphate removal at the European Wastewater Management (EWWM) Conference and Exhibition. The event takes place in Birmingham, UK, and online, on 28-29 September 2021, with challenges around phosphorus as one of its key themes. Around 783 new final effluent consents […]
Wastewater Treatment Key To Nutrient Neutrality Equation
With a nutrient neutral approach to new property developments expected to become more widespread across England, increasing numbers of developers are giving closer consideration to wastewater treatment, writes Andrew Baird, technical director at water recycling specialist WPL.
Celebrating extraordinary talent of our Women in Engineering
On International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), WCS Group shines a light on two of its talented engineers, Holly Waterman and Mónica Rodrigues.
Pursue your passion – a Women in Engineering Q&A
On International Women in Engineering Day 2021, we are joining organisations around the world in celebrating the amazing work and achievements of women engineers. These women include our proposals engineer Mónica Rodrigues, who carries out vital work every day to create sustainable water recycling solutions, protect public health and enhance the environment.
Ammonia removal technology selected for Scottish site
Technology from wastewater treatment specialist WPL has been selected by Scottish Water to deliver enhanced ammonia removal at a village treatment works. Tightening environmental consents and an increasing population has led the public utility to upgrade Ferniegair wastewater treatment works in South Lanarkshire.
Trialling trade effluent solutions to ensure compliance
Full-scale operational trials of technology are providing an effective solution, offering immediate enhancement to onsite industrial trade effluent treatment, meaning compliance is achieved and businesses have breathing space to plan out a permanent fix.
Marlowe completes £10m acquisition of WPL
Wastewater treatment and compliance services provider WPL has been acquired by specialist services company Marlowe for an enterprise value of £10 million. Marlowe is the UK leader in specialist services that ensure safety and regulatory compliance for its clients.
Tertiary treatment success leads to equipment purchase
Peter Joyce, Anglian’s Head of Sludge Treatment, said: “This was a successful project, undertaken to meet regulatory standards for ammonia removal at Cliff Quay Water Recycling Centre WPL’s Hybrid-SAF units play an important part in many of our sites maintaining compliance.”
SAF optimisation data shared at wastewater conference
WPL presents data from a study to improve optimisation of SAF wastewater treatment systems at the 2020 European Water & Wastewater Management conference on 13-14 October.